Ocean House Santa María

Panama City, Panama, Panama

Property ID: #109649 // RESIDENTIAL
695 ft²
- acres
1 beds
1 baths
  • Title
    Ocean House Santa María
  • City
    Panama City
  • State
  • Country
  • Property Type
  • Additional Types
    Development, Home, International, Luxury, Residential, Apartment
  • Beds
  • Full Baths
  • Half Baths
  • Square Feet

Ocean House is part of Santa María Golf & Country Club with over 700 acres of beautiful and landscaped scenery, the most exclusive and luxury residential community in Panama City that has a spectacular professional golf course conceived by the renowned Nicklaus Design firm and a magnificent Country Club with stunning facilities. Ocean House offers luxury, space, and spectacular views to the Pacific Ocean and to holes number 8 and number 9 of the golf course. A marvelous main lobby with a double garage door where two towers stand out. Equipped with apartments ranging from 1-3 bedrooms and 1.5-3.5 bathrooms and 695-1,865 sf. The project has security 24 hours a day 7 days a week, reception service in the lobby 24 hours, emergency power plant for 100% of common areas and apartments, visitor parking spaces, and 2 elevators. Spectacular social areas, which include: pool, children’s pool, solarium, gym, playroom, multipurpose court, and childish games. It is adjacent to Costa del Este, having many different entrance accesses. Near shopping centers, banks, restaurants, and all the amenities you need to live peacefully. Unit pricing ranges from $211,400-$399,926.50, to fit all of your needs.

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Property Buying Tips

So you’ve decided to buy! Congrats, that’s great!
Here are some great tips to get you on your way to ownership.

1. Determine Your Budget & Save

Take into account the average down-payment is 10%. 10% is not required, but the loan amount and approval will fluctuate depending on the percentage you put down. Determine how much you can pay for your monthly mortgage. Outline your expenses and be honest with yourself about what you can reasonably afford. Also, ask yourself what happens if you lose your job? Or if you’re part of a couple, what happens if your spouse loses their job?

2. Secure a Loan

Once you’ve got your budget in order, it’s time to go shopping for a loan. Visit multiple lenders to weigh your options and find the best deal. Each bank will determine if you are eligible and at what interest rate you will be charged. based on your financial situation. Make sure to ask questions such as what the breakdown of the monthly payments will be once you have made your down payment, how the loan term will affect your monthly payments, whether or not the interest rate is fixed or variable, if home insurance or any other services are included within the home purchase amount.

3. Be Prepared

Have a current Pre-qualification letter and good faith deposit funds available. Technology makes it easier than ever for your real estate agent to draft and transmit a purchase offer back and forth for your signatures. But, this is only one piece of the puzzle. You also need a current pre-qualification letter, and ready access to your good faith deposit. This can be obtained from the bank and confirms their willingness to give you a loan. Most sellers won’t accept a letter that’s more than three months old. If your home search lasts for more than three months, you’ll need an updated pre-qualification letter. When you submit your offer, it must include a check for the good faith deposit. Generally, good faith is at least 3% of the purchase price. This check will be deposited into an escrow account within three days of an accepted offer.

4. Stay Informed

Always make sure to do your homework and learn the history on a property you are interested in. Does the neighborhood have a high crime rate or a new highway/major road being constructed nearby that could be affecting the price? Is the heating, plumbing, roofing and window work in good condition? Those hidden problems can lead to major expenses in the future - post purchase. Ask your realtor for a property condition report and and see if the home comes pre-inspected. If not, we highly recommended to get and inspection before the purchase is complete. Being “in-the-know” and taking the extra steps can save you money and headaches in the long run.